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Chiricahua National Monument, Arizona

Chiricahua National Monument, are you for real? Visiting here will make you feel like you are on another planet or in a Dr. Seuss book. Its crazy rock formations are a must-see for anyone willing to Read more...
Chiricahua National Monument, are you for real? Visiting here will make you feel like you are on another planet or in a Dr. Seuss book. Its crazy rock formations are a must-see for anyone willing to make to drive to the remote part of Southeastern Arizona (worth it!). Explore the 17 miles of hiking trails, have a leisurely picnic in the shade, camp in Bonita Canyon, take a scenic car cruise, and visit the Faraway Ranch to learn about the pioneering humans who settled here. There’s lots to do and lots to see. The area is also known for its exceptional dark skies, so stargazers, guzzle some caffeine 'cause you are going to want to stay up late for this! Oh Mother Earth, you so crazy.
Bonita Canyon Campground
Solveig
Solveig: Late April is the end of Chiricahua National Monument's busy season -- you'll find chamber of commerce...
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